Verity stands melancholy, engulfed by oblivion Perturbed by the practices of worldly apathy The implements of materialism dictates existence Reality befits a contorted ideology Fundamentalism plays its ugly machinations Deterring holistic integrity Humanity advances to the spirit of modernization Ignorance: the human epitome Religious and racial bias thwarts eclecticism Positivism taints spiritual profundity All the […]
See the foreground: dark, barren and grey A stockpile of hue: scattered astray Could be a war, an awakening, defiance or play Welcome home: good to see you today Look around you, but try not to glare Panorama is horrific; aesthetics is rare Empathy is now a stranger, so be aware Trust only yourself […]
Polarization of power centers that began during King Mahendra’s reign has gradually dividing the country into various political pockets. Throughout our history, various political centers have collaborated with the other to fight a common political enemy.
People alienated from society on grounds of ideological indoctrination escape the mainstream, turning into noncommittal, introverted personalities. They exchange denial with beliefs of conceived utopia that they regard as panacea for all ills inflicting society. I
Contemporary history is privy to two kinds of technological disasters. The first kind is a breed of bloated couch potatoes, who, in politically correct terms, deserve the introduction: ‘large’, button savvy, eye-candy enthusiasts. The second kind is the newfound ‘chair person’; the reclusive click-o-maniac mouse potato, who, for witty reasons, shall be called MP 1 […]
Here is a short poem that reflects on the progressive effects of natural selection. While Charles Darwin coined the phrase to expound on evolutionary processes, I attempt to discuss the implication of this particular evolutionary idea encompassing wider perspectives as political, social, and economic matters.
Contemporary times are filled with stories about atrocities committed by various ‘political activists’ and criminal factions gone ‘legitimate’ under political facades. With each passing day, the atrocities multiply and the government’s indifference intensifies.